After rigorous testing and bugfixing, numerous nightly versions and 5 release candidate versions, the long awaited update to KaM Remake is now available! You can find it on the downloads page.
From this version on we have dropped the “Demo” tag from the title. Now it’s KaM Remake rSomething. The project has matured beyond a demo and into a fully-fledged game which no longer needs “Demo” in the title.
There are too many changes in the new version to list all of them, but here are some of the most significant:
Earlier this year, long-time KaM community member The Dark Lord interviewed us about KaM Remake for an article on KaM.net. Today the interview was published, you can read it here:
That site also contains interesting information about the development of KaM Remake, so read the development history section if you are interested.
P.S. Volunteers are now updating the translations of the upcoming KaM Remake release, and we are fixing the last few bugs. The update is planned to be released within 2 weeks. We apologise for the delay, us developers have been busy with our personal lives and have not been able to dedicate much time to the project until now.
Today we reached a special milestone, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to share with you some statistics about the project (it is also almost exactly 1 year since our last official release, so statistics on the past 12 months is easy to calculate).
We often receive emails from players asking us if they can play KaM Remake on their Mac. We have some good news for those players!
PaulTheTall has made a WineSkin wrapper for running KaM Remake under Mac OSX. Rutger from our fan community made a tutorial video explaining how to use it:
For more information and an alternative video tutorial, visit our Mac OSX and Linux page. Let us know in the comments if you get KaM Remake running on your Mac 🙂
Members of our community Sado and Mixons are organising a 2 vs 2 tournament. The tournament will be played in a special beta version of the KaM Remake that supports live multiplayer spectating. This will allow many of the tournament games to be live streamed and commentated so anybody can watch. Some of these streams will hopefully have guest commentators, including top KaM players and the KaM Remake developers.